Fixtures

Basketball Champions League Qual 01/21 17:00 14 VEF Riga vs Dijon - View
France Pro A 01/23 16:00 17 Dijon vs Le Portel - View
France Pro A 01/29 19:30 18 Dijon vs Bourg - View
France Pro A 02/05 19:00 19 Orleans vs Dijon - View
France Pro A 02/12 19:30 20 Dijon vs Paris-Levallois - View
Coupe De France 02/15 19:00 4 Strasbourg vs Dijon - View

Results

Basketball Champions League Qual 01/18 17:00 14 VEF Riga v Dijon - PPT.
France Pro A 01/14 19:00 16 [8] Gravelines v Dijon [9] W 67-76
Basketball Champions League Qual 01/11 17:00 14 VEF Riga v Dijon - PPT.
France Pro A 01/07 19:30 15 Dijon v Le Mans - PPT.
Basketball Champions League 01/04 19:30 14 [2] Dijon v VEF Riga [3] W 84-77
France Pro A 12/27 19:00 14 [18] Cholet v Dijon [8] L 85-76
France Pro A 12/23 19:30 13 [10] Dijon v Strasbourg [2] W 97-88
Basketball Champions League 12/21 17:30 6 [4] Nizhny Novgorod v Dijon [2] L 93-85
France Pro A 12/18 19:30 12 [10] Bourg v Dijon [13] W 81-88
Basketball Champions League 12/14 19:30 5 [3] Dijon v Lavrio [2] W 73-49
France Pro A 12/10 19:30 11 [13] Dijon v Nanterre [8] W 75-66
France Pro A 12/05 14:15 10 [6] Pau-Lacq-Orthez v Dijon [12] L 82-55

Wikipedia - JDA Dijon Basket

Jeanne d'Arc Dijon Basket, commonly known as JDA Dijon Basket or simply Dijon, is a professional basketball club from the city of Dijon, France. The club currently plays in the LNB Pro A, the French first tier division. The club has won the French Federation Cup twice, in 1993 and 2006.

The club is named after Joan of Arc, a heroine in French history.

History

The club, named after Joan of Arc, was founded in 1880, as a sports club active in gymnastics, football, as well as cultural activities such as theatre.

In the 2003–04 season, JDA reached the finals of the FIBA EuroCup Challenge, the continent's fourth tier level. In its first European final ever, Dijon lost to German club Mitteldeutscher BC, by a score of 68–84.

Dijon played in the 2019–20 FIBA Champions League, marking its return to European-wide competitions for the first time since 2014. The team won the bronze medal after defeating Zaragoza in the third place game.

In the 2020–21 season, Dijon reached the Finals of the LNB Pro A for the first time in club history, after defeating Monaco in the semi-final. In the single-game Finals, Dijon lost to ASVEL.